Healthcare Information Technology
The term "healthcare information technology" (healthcare IT) is a broad concept that includes a variety of technologies to store, share, and analyze health and patient information. Increasingly, healthcare providers are using healthcare IT to improve their patient's care. But health IT isn't only just for healthcare providers. One may use healthcare IT to improve communications with one's doctors, learn and share information about one's health, and take informed steps to improve one's quality of life.
Health IT Cloud Computing
Healthcare IT systems are increasingly built to use components stored using cloud computing technology. Connecting multiple data systems and cloud computing can be complex while also managing HIPAA requirements.
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